Disc 1 1. Tuning > Intro > Skin It Back > 2. Fat Man In The Bathtub 3. Rock And Roll Doctor 4. Time Loves A Hero > 5. Day Or Night 6. Oh Atlanta 7. A Apolitical Blues 8. Day At The Dog Races 9. All That You Dream
Disc 2 1. Old Folks Boogie 2. Dixie Chicken > 3. Dixie Chicken > 4. Tripe Face Boogie 5. Willin' > 6. (band intro) 7. Don't Bogart That Joint > 8. Willin' 9. Feats Don't Fail Me Now 10. Rocket In My Pocket
I have no doubt that it was a historical night for Japanese fans. Little Feat had landed in Japan at last. This is a pure soundboard recording for the first stage of their first Japan tour in 1978. At first the tour was scheduled in March, but it was postponed to July due to Lowell's physical condition.
I'm so happy to share these gems with you today and looking forward to reading your review here.
Will this break the great records of ".425" the highest batting average of Rogers Hornsby in 1924 and "4256" the most career hits of Pete Rose? :-)
July 30, 2016 Subject:
The problem with this show is that Lowell's slide is nowhere to be found/heard. I'm guessing that he was so incapacitated that he couldn't play, although his singing is good. Instead, both Paul & Bill fill the void and really shine. It makes the show interesting to hear, even if a little disappointing due to the lack of Lowell's slide playing.
September 5, 2004 Subject:
Little Feat's first encounter with Japan certainly started off well. The performance is amazing all through the show and the mixing spot on. However, it does cut out a few times as if tape had run out. Audio quality is very good. The is hardly any noise and it is clear, but the is not very much bass in the mix.